If you thought Scientology's 'Axioms' were dumb, the 'Logics' are even dumberer - 2019-02-21

F347.png If you thought Scientology's 'Axioms' were dumb, the 'Logics' are even dumberer February 21, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Chris Shelton had fun with L. Ron Hubbard's 'Axioms' on Friday. Now, he takes another one for the team and tries to deal with the illogic of Hubbard's 'Logics.'

It's a funny thing that lately it's been more and more difficult for me to make sense of L. Ron Hubbard's gibberish. This is inconvenient since I have made it a part of my life to criticize his writings and therefore, from time to time, I do have to actually go back and read the stuff. Going back into this stuff feels like the proverbial frog in the slowly boiling pot. The mind reels from the senseless generalities and bizarre conclusions Hubbard draws from the everyday vicissitudes of our flawed human lives.

For example, in a lecture given on April 16, 1959 called "Axioms, Second Lecture," Hubbard asserts that a man who can't keep the differences straight between a Gothic arch and arches from the Renaissance is having this difficulty because his entire education has somehow magically been crushed together into an incomprehensible mass.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = If you thought Scientology's 'Axioms' were dumb, the 'Logics' are even dumberer | url = https://tonyortega.org/2019/02/21/thursday-3/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = February 21, 2019 | accessdate = February 21, 2019 }}